Razer’s Cutting Edge Gaming Tech: Why a Laptop?

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March 12 (Bloomberg) –- Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan discusses the new “Razer Blade” gaming laptop. He speaks with Trish Regan on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Where is matt miller when you need him?

This is it.

The new razor blade with an incredible new screen.

The world's highest resolution.

It is beautiful.

It has great color contrast, superbright.

Under the hood this has one of the world's most powerful graphic chips.

It runs all the games beautifully on high and alternate settings.

As you can see, it is still super thin.

Superpowerful but super thin.

This is the new razor blade gaming laptop.

It is interesting, but let's face it, everyone is on their mobile device or their tablet now.

Why are you making a laptop at a time like this?

We are one of the world's largest brands for gaming.

Gaming, there are a couple of hundred million pc gamers out there.

We design products for all of them.

Essentially, we are not going mainstream.

Mainstream is coming to us.

One point 4 billion gamers, we represent them.

You can do more than games?

Absolutely.

But a normal laptop could not play some of these games out there.

This can run all the games and still be super for -- portable.

The starts at $2199. we start shipping in two weeks.

Every game?

What about microsoft's latest?

All the games will run beautifully.

This is the world's most powerful laptop per cubic inch.

Nothing comes close to it.

Are you going to be able to compete with apple at this oink a price?

At this point rice -- at this point of price?

This has more pixel density.

A much more powerful graphics chip under the hood.

This is the ultimate laptop.

Who is the biggest competition for you right now?

For us, we have an incredible hardware and software business.

Millions of gamers that come back to us daily.

We do not have a real competitor right now, we do not have a hardware or software company.

We are one of the few companies in the world that does this.

In fact the only one that has a couple of million subscribers online.

And then the hardware to go with it.

So, how are you doing on funding?

We are funded by ibg partners from back in the days.

We are doing pretty good.

Any other plans?

We are clearly profitable and growing dramatically, year after year.

It is something to look at.

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